Delegation to Jordan
18/06/2015 - Evaluation of the European Union's Cooperation with the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan (2007-2013) - Country Level Evaluation [3 MB]
The evaluation of the EU's cooperation with the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan is part of the 2012 EU evaluation programme. The main objectives are to provide the relevant external cooperation services of the EU and the wider public with an overall independent assessment of the EU's past and current cooperation and partnership relations with Jordan; and to identify key lessons and to produce strategic, operational and forward-looking recommendations.
10/06/2015 - A New Global Partnership for Poverty Eradication and Sustainable Development after 2015
The Post-2015 Agenda presents a great opportunity to address the interlinked challenges of poverty eradication and sustainable development. Making the most of this is a key priority for the EU and its Member States. In its conclusions of 16 December 2014, the Council set out the EU's position on how to do so in a universal and transformative manner. These conclusions complement the December 2014 conclusions and further develop aspects of the new global partnership needed to achieve the sustainable development goals (SDGs).
09/04/2015 - European Neighbourhood Policy in 2014
2014 sees Development in Partner Countries: Democratic Transition; Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms; Economy; Cooperation with EU on Migration and Mobility, Energy and Transport.
- 01/07/15 - 15/07/15 - Spokesperson/Communication Adviser
The EEAS, Western Balkans Division, requests EU Member States and European Institutions to second experts or support the advertisement for contract regime to the following available positions with the EUSR Support Team in Kosovo, according to the described requirements and profiles:
- 30/06/15 - Factsheet: The EU-China Comprehensive Strategic Partnership [358 KB]
- 30/06/15 - Statement by the EU Delegation to the Kingdom of Lesotho on the killing of Lt. Gen. Maaparankoe Mahao [133 KB]
- 29/06/15 - EU-China summit